The Steelers are officially on summer vacation as the offseason workout program wrapped up and they won’t come back together until reporting to training camp later this month.
Steelers season never really ends for Steeler nation so while the Steelers players get their minds and bodies right to embark on the 2016 regular season we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Wednesday, July 13th.
Take your interview and shove it
The next chapter in the James Harrison vs. the NFL battle went down on Tuesday as Harrison submitted a signed affidavit to the league insisting that he’s never violated the NFL’s policy for performance enhancing substances, he doesn’t know Charlie Sly and that’s all he has to say about that.
The affidavit, obtained by ESPN, included a letter from NFLPA associate general counsel, Heather M. McPhee, also had a transcript including the only references to Harrison from the Al-Jazeera report the league is basing their interview request on and basically says that this should satisfy the NFL’s need to interview Harrison.
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Your move, Rogeez.
Would you like some salve for your burn?
NFL social media can be super entertaining at times. The Seahawks twitter feed tried to throw shade at the Steelers in honor of (7/11 Free Slurpee Day) but the Steelers just threw it right back at them.
Gold medal receiver
Sports talk would be boring if everyone agreed. I get that. But I’m not sure what more Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has to do shy of magically grow five inches taller to be unanimously considered the best receiver in the league.
The NFL Media analysts ranked the top three receivers in the NFL and assigned each ranking a certain amount of points to give the top point receiver the gold medal in homage to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.